Saturday, July 13, 2013

Review: Sorry, Bro by Genevieve Bergeron

About six weeks ago, I won a copy of Sorry, Bro by fellow Total-E-Bound author Genevieve Bergeron in  a contest she held while guest blogging at Pick A Genre Already, H K Carlton's website, who is also a fellow Total-E-Bound author.  A M/M/M novella, Sorry Bro is a sexy and emotional story with compelling characters which makes for a great read.

The story is told from the point of view of Bryce, a nurse who now works in a New Orleans hospital.  Eight years before, he'd abandoned his friends, family, and high school sweetheart in New York after a brief intimate moment with his best friend, Tim, left Bryce confused.  But even after all this time, Bryce finds he's not much happier than when he left New York, and being dumped by his girlfriend doesn't help matters, even if their relationship had been dead for a long time.  He is somewhat lifted out of his stupor by a growing attraction to Adrian a handsome surgeon at the hospital.  However, Bryce's world is upended on the night he's assigned to the surgical ward and realizes Tim is the patient on the operating table.  Tim's presence forces Bryce to come to grips with who he is and who he wants, and fortunately, both Adrian and Tim are willing to help him find out.

I haven't read many menages but I really enjoyed Sorry, Bro because it did such a skillful job at taking me on Bryce's journey from trying to convince himself that he was straight to eventually accepting and acting on his attraction to men.  The sex scenes are both vivid and sensual, and Genevieve Bergeron writes convincingly of Bryce's transition from reluctance to enthusiastic participant.  This is where the heart of the story lies, seeing Bryce acknowledge and accept his true feelings, and he gets to do it with two hot friends!  I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and highly recommend it to anyone who wants a sexy and emotional read.

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